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Will Biden Say The Word “Fentanyl” During His State Of The Union Address?

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Joe Biden is delivering his State of the Union address on Tuesday night. Since he rarely answers questions from the media and depends on an incompetent press secretary to deflect questions from the press, it will be interesting to count how many times he says the word “fentanyl.” Will open borders and the fentanyl crisis killing in record numbers be acknowledged, or will this address be further material for Saturday Night Live?

I questioned elected officials as to the open borders allowing 5 million plus illegal migrants to flood our country – and the fentanyl killing a generation of our family members in the hundreds of thousands. Why was the POTUS ignoring this out of control crisis?

I received the below from WV State Senator Mike Stuart after I posted the above on social media:

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Senator Mike Stuart to – Marianne Perez

I am hearing he will say the word and that he will point to “recovery coaches” in the audience. Recovery coaches for fentanyl are like watching a spy balloon crossing the nation and doing nothing.  For fentanyl, there is one answer- use military force to destroy the cartels. Kill every last one of them.

Senator Mike Stuart from – Marianne Perez

The flood gates are open and he ignored the cartels for too long. Take some time to look into the recovery industry. This crisis is beyond recovery coaches.

I was happy to read that Senator Stuart realizes fentanyl and recovery coaches should not be used in the same sentence. There are a flood of on-line classes promising recovery coach certification with as little as six hours of on-line talk training – for a fee.

Since Drug Policy Alliance and The Clinton Foundation are heavily financed by George Soros and his Open Society, I am curious as to who the POTUS may introduce as “recovery coaches” during his speech. Both organizations support the harm reduction agenda in treatment of drug/fentanyl addiction. Under the umbrella of harm reduction are “safe injection sites” where addicts can continue poisoning themselves with illegal drugs in a “controlled environment.” The harm reduction proponents have substituted the words “safe injection sites” to “safe consumption sites” to make it appear more politically acceptable.

Recently a spokesperson for harm reduction and supported by Drug Policy Alliance and The Clinton Foundation had a photo op with Bill Clinton. He took time out from touring the U.S. in a million-dollar recreational vehicle promoting one of his many recovery ventures to possibly be positioned for introduction at the State of the Union Address.

If the George Soros agenda, as well as recovery coaches, are going to be introduced by the POTUS during his address, they may very well be pictured as shown in this article – and fentanyl deaths will continue to soar.

What does it take to not allow evil to prevail and to stop dancing with the devil when it comes to fentanyl?

Marianne Skolek-Perez

Marianne Perez, Salem-News.com Investigative Reporter, is an Activist for Victims of OxyContin and Purdue Pharma throughout the United States and Canada. In July 2007, she testified against Purdue Pharma in Federal Court in Virginia at the sentencing of their three CEO's - Michael Friedman, Howard Udell and Paul Goldenheim - who pleaded guilty to charges of marketing OxyContin as less likely to be addictive or abused to physicians and patients. She also testified against Purdue Pharma at a Judiciary Hearing of the U.S. Senate in July 2007. Marianne works with government agencies and private attorneys in having a voice for her daughter Jill, who died in 2002 after being prescribed OxyContin, as well as the voice for scores of victims of OxyContin. She is currently working on a book that exposes Purdue Pharma for their continued criminal marketing of OxyContin. Marianne is a nurse, graduated in 1991 as president of her class, and also has a Paralegal certification. Marianne served on a Community Service Board for the Courier News, a Gannet newspaper in NJ, writing articles predominantly regarding AIDS patients and their emotional issues. She was awarded a Community Service Award in 1993 by the Hunterdon County, NJ HIV/AIDS Task Force in recognition of and appreciation for the donated time, energy and love in facilitating a Support Group for persons with HIV/AIDS.
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